tuna+olive oil+sriracha=not too shabby

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  1. JKLOLJK

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    Surprisingly fast and good :p
     
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    I just skip the sriracha.... that stuff tastes disgusting mixed with oil. evoo + tuna and some dill weed or BBQ seasoning for me.
     
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    i usually chop half a head of onion into the tuna and the olive oil. tastes good but i can only eat it at night otherwise my breath will stank the whole day
     
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    i do that with some pasta, derricious
     
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    add red wine vinegar and it goes down like water
     
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    The only way I can eat tuna is with mustard. I wish I liked fish :wtc:
     
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    ate 3lbs of trout over the weekend and happily enjoyed 2 cans of tuna today. fish is delicious
     
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    retorq What up bitch??

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    tuna + olive oil + anything = not too shabby.
     
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    I really wished I enjoyed it. What's the least fishy tasting fish out there? I can't even eat shrimp if it's fishy tasting.
     
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    tuna + olive oil + lemon pepper

    tuna + olive oil + tapatio
     
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    Wow. I thought I was the only one who doesthis shit. :high5:
     
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    sole is a pretty lightly flavored fish and fairly cheap when you buy it fresh at costco. really easy to cook also, I'm about to have some after my shower :bowdown: I think I eat too much fish right now but oh well.... mercury poisoning hasn't gotten me yet :dunno:
     
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    Yet :rofl: Thanks, I'll have to pick some up next time I'm out.
     
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